LIBERTY CENTER HIGH SCHOOL
GOOD MORNING! October 24, 2014
All Junior High girls interested in playing basketball please sign up in the athletic office. There will be open gym for Junior High girls basketball today from 4- 5.
The National Honor Society and the American Red Cross are working together to host a blood drive on Monday, November 3rd. Donors are needed, with gift cards that are available to be won, so consider donating. Snacks will be provided to all donors, too. We must have at least 50 students donate in order to receive scholarship funding. Join us as we help save lives! Please visit Ms. Mericle's room to sign up.
National Honor Society students are reminded to turn in parent permission forms for this Sunday's Adopt-A-Highway volunteer activity. Please submit them to Ms. Mericle today.
National Honor Society students participating in the Adopt-A-Highway event on Sunday should meet in the parking lot behind the school at 2pm. We will then travel to the site.
Please come out and support the eighth grade football team as they play their last home game against Bryan on Tuesday, October 28th at 5:00 at Tiger Stadium. There will be a black- out, so wear all black, come support the football team, and help the tigers black out the bears.
The 2014 High School Volleyball banquet will be held Tuesday, October 28th at 5:45 in the cafeteria. Players bring your uniform that evening or turn it in anytime to the AD Office or Coach Weirauch.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month please wear PINK to the football game this Friday night with Wauseon.
The cheerleaders will be selling pink paper ribbons at lunch. They will be $1 dollar. They will be signed by you and hung underneath the press box at the game tonight..
The Liberty Center Public Library will be having a free teen movie and pizza night Monday, October 27th at 7:00 p.m. Please come and join them for the movie and learn about all the programs offered at the local library. Flyers are posted in the bulletin board.
Character First for today:
“The final test of a gentleman is his respect for those who can be of no possible service to him.”
William Lyon Phelps
Have a nice day.